Brain imaging results skewed by biased study samples

Failure to follow this basic principle of population science — a common complaint about research in the cognitive sciences — can profoundly skew the results of brain imaging studies, leading to errors that may be throwing off neuroscientists’ understanding of normal brain development, warn investigators.

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